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Mental Health at Work Issues Costing £42bn

Mental Health at Work Issues Costing £42bn

  Mental Health at Work issues are costing the UK £42Bn every year – how much does it take before organisations wake up and take action? We are often asked,

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Mental Health on the One Show

Mental Health at Work – Positive Benefits! Great article here from our good friends Geoff McDonald and Brian Heyworth on the One Show – highlighting mental health, the importance of

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Work’s Mental – Conference Schedule

Work’s Mental Conference – Prioritising Mental Health at Work Be inspired, de-mystify and share industry best practice on mental health at work with amazing speakers and performers   View the

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Senior Leaders & Mental Health at Work – This is My Story Scotland

At the first event of its kind in Scotland, Headtorch, Minds@Work and RBS hosted “This is My story Scotland” where Senior Leaders shared their experiences of mental health. An amazing

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Work’s Mental Conference – 10 October 2017

Prioritising Mental Health at Work  10th October 10 – 4pm (register 9.15am) Police College, Jackton, nr East Kilbride   The Work’s Mental Conference:  Be inspired, de-mystify and prioritise mental health

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Mental Health at Work – The Great £20m Robbery & Creating a Business Case

“If you had an organisation with a £20m hole in it, you’d be all over it like a rash.  Because its mental health it’s ignored.”  “The challenge is to come

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Stressed? I’m not stressed

We’re delighted to share yet another fabulous performance from Angie Strachan – performance poet extraordinaire! “This poem is for anyone who is having one of those days.  One of those

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Disability – the New Ability

We’re delighted that Amy McDonald will be presenting at Disability – the New Ability,  an event brought to you by the Employer’s Network for Equality & Inclusion. “One in six people in the UK

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“I’m such a fan of mental health” – Business Leaders share their stories

    Pictured: Broadcaster Anna Magnusson interviews Nick Prudhoe, Head of IT Services & Customer Support at SD Worx and Jeremy Connick,  a Senior Partner at Clifford Chance.   At the very

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‘This is my story, Scotland’ – 10th May 2017

Headtorch is delighted to collaborate with London-based  to bring you ‘This is my story, Scotland’ Senior Leaders talk about their experience of mental health During Mental Health Awareness Week, to

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Join us: Crisis to Conversation, 14th May
Mental Health Awareness Week 13 – 19 May It’s nearly here! Join us  and on 14th May, 17:00 – 19:00 to explore Crisis to Conversation supporting mental health in the workplace kindly hosted by Tower Place West 5.A.11, London, EC3R 5BU Speakers: Jane Wheeler, Hine Legal (The Times, “Best Law Firm, 2019”) Employers’ legal obligations […]

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I’m fine, are you?
Big thanks for these thoughts from guest blogger and associate, Dr Linda Craig, author of Everyday Mental Health:   Feelings. They’re everywhere. All the time. But how often do we answer “How are you?” with, “I’m fine”. Is anyone ever really ‘fine’? Seriously, find me someone who can honestly say that they don’t feel any […]

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It’s Burn’s Night – Don’t be a Chelsie
It’s Burn’s Night – Chelsie’s back!  “O wad some Power the giftie gie us, to see oursels as ithers see us!”  Robert Burns Translated as: If only Chelsie could see hersel’ as others see her (click the image to see how). For everybody’s sake, and our mental health:  Don’t be a Chelsie, on Burn’s Night or […]

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Don’t be a Chelsie – Happy Christmas
An important Christmas message from Headtorch – don’t be a Chelsie!

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Personnel Today: Managing Mental Health
Great article in Personnel Today from Amy McDonald, Founder & CEO of Headtorch: Economic uncertainty can have a huge effect on employees’ mental health, whether they are an EU national worrying about what Brexit will mean for them, somebody aggrieved by the outcome of the referendum, or unsure about their job security. This World Mental […]

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